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Background techniques using Tubby Craft Dye inks with Deepti

Hello Friends,

Hope you are doing good..

This is Deepti from Vishesh Collections .I'm back with another colorful post..It's spring here in Brussels.. and I couldn't resist myself for making some floral cards.. So..Here I'm with three CAS floral cards with rainbow colors using tubby craft inks and some floral stamps.

Here in this post, I will show you how you can use tubby craft inks to achieve different result. 

Card 1 ( Water coloring with Tubby Craft inks)

In this card, I have used tubby craft ink for water coloring to create this  striped rainbow background.

To start with, I took A2 size white card stock and stamped the inks on acrylic block ( please ignore my dirty acrylic block ;)) and created this striped background using flat brush.  

After that, I stamped the flowers from Floral Peony Stamp set as  shown.

Then, I fussy cut it partially.

Adhered this on my striped background using foam tape for some dimension.

Finally added the sentiment from Roses & more stamp set and some clear sequins to complete it.

here is the close up.

Card 2 ( Ink smooshing with Tubby craft inks)

To make this card, I took A2 size water color paper and ink smooshed it using rainbow colors.

Once Satisfied, I stamped the flowers from Floral Peony stamp set and fussy cut it and adhered the same on my smooshed background using foam tape. 

Finally, added the sentiment from Fancy Sentiments stamp set and some sequins to complete it.

Card 3 ( Ink Blending with Tubby Craft inks)

To make this card, I did lots of masking and stamped these floral from Swirl & Floral stamp set.

Once satisfied, I ink blended these flowers using tubby craft rainbow inks.

After that, heat embossed the sentiment from Fancy Sentiments stamp set using black embossing powder.

Completed it by adding some sequins and glossy accent.

I hope you get inspired and create something colorful using tubby craft products.

Thank you so much for stopping by!!
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Deepti Aggarwal


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